HPI Assessor Role for Poole House

by | Jun 12, 2023

Tierney & Co are delighted to announce that our company has fulfilled the lead HPI assessor role for the Poole House Poplar Row Development in Dublin 3. We are thrilled that this project has achieved HPI certification. Poole House, a 6-storey, 39-unit social housing development located in central Dublin, has successfully delivered A-rated homes for Dublin City Council as part of the €13 million development.

Home Performance Index (HPI) Certification is Ireland’s national certification for new homes. It is specifically tailored for residential development, aligning with Irish building regulations, EU CEN standards, and international WELL certification for communities. HPI certification is based on over 30 verifiable indicators in five categories, namely, Environment, Health and Well Being, Economic, Quality Assurance and Sustainable Location. Mandatory requirements are set in the most important areas, such as water efficiency, ventilation, thermal bridging, and enhanced airtightness. The certification awarded to the Poole House demonstrates the development’s resolute commitment to both quality and sustainability.

We would like to extend our thanks to the developer, Bartra, our client, Ardstone, and the entire construction team involved in making this project a success. The team comprises:

Architect: Seán Harrington Architects
M&E – J V Tierney & Co
Main Contractor: Monami Construction
Electrical Contractor: Circuit Electric Inc.
Mechanical Contractor: Kerrigan Mechanical
Structural Engineer: CS Consulting Group Civil & Structural Engineers
Quantity Surveyor: KSN
Fire Officer: Daire Byrne & Associates
Assigned Certifier: Module Group

We would also like to express our gratitude to the Irish Green Building Council for their invaluable support throughout the process.
For inquiries about carrying out HPI assessments or any other related services, please don’t hesitate to contact our office via email at mail@jvtierney.ie. Our team will be more than happy to assist you.


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